It doesn't matter, each and every web development language has different SEO techniques. From a easy/hard point of view, php is the easiest. Easy to learn, easy to optimize, loads of support. Personally would stay far away from jsp.
Its all about the content and the off-site SEO (ie backlinks) than what language a site is developed in
PHP and ASP.NET helps you build the faster. Don't waste time with ROR and JSP. SEO wise any language can be useful but you need to get things done faster that counts for browser not the language.
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